Resize – batch resizing images is not a difficult task to do. Especially when you use the “Image Processor” tool in Photoshop. Please scroll down to the content of the article below to see how.
Resize batch images in Photoshop
In this article, Thuthuatphanmem.vn will guide you to use the “Image Processor” tool to batch resize images. This feature can be applied to many photos with different horizontal and vertical orientations, and does not require creating an “action”. Sounds great doesn’t it?
Step 1: Prepare your file
First, prepare all the images that you want to resize in the same folder.
Continue to create a second folder – which serves as the output for the resized images. On a Mac, in the Finder app, select File >> New >> Folder to create a new folder. For Windows Explorer, you create a new folder using the combination Control + Shift + FEMALE.
Step 2: Start Image Processor…
You open Photoshop, right from the main page of the software, select File >> Scripts >> Image Processor…
Step 3: Select the folder
In part 1 of Image Processor, use the . button Select Folder… to select the folder where you saved all your images.
Note: If there are subfolders in your photos folder, please add options Include All sub-folders.
Step 4: Choose the folder to save the file after resizing
In part 2, you press Select Folder… to select the newly created empty folder to save the resized images.
Also, if you choose Save in the Same Location, the new images will overwrite the original image after resizing. So consider this option.
Step 5: Choose the file type
In section 3, select the file type to which you want to export the image (JPEG is the most common). Check the box in front of the file type of your choice: JPEG, PSD or TIFF.
Step 6: Set size parameters
Select Resize to fit. You then enter a new size for all images with the . box W (width) and H (height). Units are in Pixels.
You must enter parameters for both the width and height boxes. But don’t worry because the software will keep the original aspect ratio. That means it will resize the image based on the longest edge of the image.
For example, if you want to size all images to 1600 pixels, set 1600 pixels in both the width and height boxes. Then the longest edge of each image will be 1600 pixels. The shorter side will be adjusted automatically to keep the same aspect ratio.
In addition, in the section Qualityyou can also enter the number 10 to keep the image quality intact.
Step 7: Run batch resize in Photoshop
When you’re ready for Photoshop to resize the image, just click Run. The process will start with each image in turn.
If you have a large number of images, this process will take some time. You will find the full number of processed images in the export folder.
Feature Image Processor in Photoshop helps you to process large number of images quickly. So take advantage of this feature often. Remember that you can also use this feature to convert images from one file type to another, for example RAW to JPEG.